Sports broadcasting contracts in the United States
- 1 Baseball
- 2 Basketball
- 3 Cricket
- 4 Cycling
- 5 Football
- 6 Golf
- 7 Hockey
- 8 Horse Racing
- 9 Lacrosse
- 10 Motor sports
- 11 Multi-discipline events
- 12 Rugby
- 13 Soccer
- 14 Swimming
- 15 Tennis
- 16 Track & Field (Athletics)
- 17 Winter Sports
- 18 Miscellaneous
- 19 References
Major League Baseball
- Fox: 12 Saturday afternoon games; All-Star Game; one League Championship Series (on Fox and Fox Sports 1); World Series
- TBS: Sunday MLB on TBS airs 13 afternoons (without local blackouts) starting July 6. Postseason coverage will air one Wild Card Play in Game, Two Divisional Series and LCS of one league(overflow games on TNT if needed).
- ESPN: Sunday, Monday, and Wednesday Night Games; Opening Day games. Plus one Wild Card game and any regular season tie breaker.
- MLB Network: 26 Thursday night and 26 Saturday night games; various other games; Two Divisional Series games
- WGN America: 63 Chicago Cubs and 32 Chicago White Sox games (both numbers include 3 Cubs vs. White Sox games)
- FOX Sports 52-game schedule on FOX and Fox Sports 1. Including eight primetime games May 24-July 12 with 4 games in September. With 20 of the 52 being Saturday doubleheaders; half split between FS1 & FOX; half on FS1 entirely. Two Divisional Series and one League Championship Series (split with Fox).
- Additionally, local or regional broadcasters contract with the MLB team in their area for the right to broadcast a number of regular season games locally. These broadcasters include both over-the-air television stations as well as regional cable sports channels. (This includes WGN-TV in Chicago, which also airs its games on the WGN America national feed.) Games broadcast locally or regionally are available nationwide (except those affected by local blackout restrictions) on the pay-per-view MLB Extra Innings package.
- ESPN Radio: a Saturday game of the week, Sunday night, opening day and holiday games, plus the entire postseason
- MLB teams also contract with local broadcasters to air games on radio. Several teams have multiple affiliates covering those games. The flagship stations can air all games of the teams they contract with, other affiliates must allow ESPN radio coverage to air during the postseason.
World Baseball Classic
MLB Network has rights to the 2017 edition of the World Baseball Classic. In addition to the 39 tournament matches, MLBN televises the four final qualifiers. ESPN Deportes holds Spanish-language rights to the WBC.
Regular-season Nationally-televised regular-season games are contracted through each conference and appear on CBS Sports Network, ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU, Fox Sports 1, FSN, Fox College Sports, including several school- and conference-specific networks (Big Ten Network, BYUtv, the Pac-12 Network, and the Longhorn Network).
Little League Baseball
ESPN has rights to broadcast the entire Little League World Series, as well as the finals of the eight regional tournaments that determine the U.S. representatives in that competition. It distributes coverage among its family of networks; the final is traditionally carried by ABC, whose sports division is now run by ESPN.
Minor League Baseball
Nippon Professional Baseball
Yomiuri Giants: ONE World Sports
National Basketball Association
- ABC: Fifteen regular season games (Christmas Day doubleheader and late season Sunday afternoons); nine playoff games (mostly on Sunday afternoons); NBA Finals through 2025
- TNT: Fifty two regular season games (mostly on Thursday night doubleheaders); All-Star Weekend; up to forty playoff games including one Conference Finals series per year through 2025
- ESPN: Seventy three regular season games (mostly on Wednesday and Friday night doubleheaders; occasional Sunday night games); playoff games including one Conference Finals series per year through 2025
- NBA TV: Saturday, Monday, and Tuesday night games and some early-round playoff games through 2025
- Additionally, local or regional broadcasters contract with the NBA team in their area for the right to broadcast a number of regular season games locally. These broadcasters can be traditional over-the-air television stations as well as regional cable sports channels. WGN, a Chicago-based superstation, broadcasts a limited number of Chicago Bulls regular season games on their national feed, fewer than they provide locally. If ESPN chooses to opt out of airing all of the games on their night, NBA TV airs a game in its place. Games in the first two rounds of the playoffs can be aired by regional broadcasters, unless the national broadcaster has exclusive rights. Games in the first round not selected by national broadcasters are usually broadcast by NBA TV.
- ESPN Radio: usually one game from the Sunday afternoon package, one game on Thursday night, and postseason coverage including all games in the Conference Finals and the NBA Finals
- NBA teams also contract with local radio broadcasters to air their games. Teams may also have affiliates air their games.
Women's National Basketball Association
- ESPN2: select weeknight games, playoffs, and WNBA Finals; All Star Game airs on ESPN; provisional coverage on ABC through 2022; additional games on NBATV
NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament: CBS/Turner
Every game in the NCAA Tournament will be telecast live nationally on either CBS or one of three Turner networks—TBS, TNT, or truTV. Coverage is split as follows:
- The First Four (the expanded "play-in" round) airs on truTV.
- In the second and third rounds (the stages that were previously called the "first" and "second" rounds), all four networks air games. CBS airs one "featured" game in each time slot, with the other three networks carrying other games.
- The Sweet Sixteen (regional semifinals) are split between CBS and TBS.
- For 2014 and 2015, two Elite Eight (regional finals) will air on TBS and two will air on CBS. TBS will broadcast the national semifinfals, and CBS the title game. Beginning in 2016, TBS will air all three Final Four games in even-numbered years and CBS in odd-numbered years through 2024.
- All games are also streamed via the NCAA/CBS March Madness On Demand service. The new contract will allow Turner to develop its own streaming service for the tournament, alongside MMOD.
- Every game in the NCAA Tournament will be telecast live nationally on either CBS or one of three Turner networks—TBS, TNT, or truTV. Coverage is split as follows:
- NIT post-season & Pre-season: ESPN networks with internet streaming on ESPN3.
- NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament: ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU with internet streaming of all games on ESPN3.
- Nationally-televised regular-season games are contracted through each conference and appear on CBS, CBS Sports Network, ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU, Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports 2, FSN, Fox College Sports, NBCSN, and others, including several school- and conference-specific networks (Big Ten Network, BYUtv, the Pac-12 Network, and the Longhorn Network).
- National broadcasts on the radio are provided by Compass Media Networks including the Big Ten Tournament and Westwood One including 17 conference tournament championship games, the NCAA Tournament, NCAA Division 2 men's basketball Championship, and NIT Semifinals and Championship. ESPN Radio provides national coverage of the Big 12 Championship game.
- 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup
- 2014 FIBA World Championship for Women
- 2013 and 2015 FIBA Americas Championship
- FIBA EuroBasket 2013 and 2015
- Tests and One Day Internationals: Willow Cricket
- Indian Cricket League: TEN Cricket
- Bangladesh national cricket team: ESPN3
- Sri Lanka Premier League: ESPN3
- ICC World Twenty20: ESPN3
- England National Team: ONE World Sports
- Tour de France: NBCSN (NBC shows a weekly one-hour recap)
- Vuelta a España: Universal Sports 
- UCI World Tour races: NBCSN 
- Tour of California: NBCSN 
- USA Pro Cycling Challenge: NBCSN and NBC 
- Liège-Bastogne-Liège: NBCSN 
- Tour of Utah: Fox Sports Networks 
National Football League
- AFC Sunday Afternoon package, see more
- One Thanksgiving game
- One/Two Divisional playoff game
- AFC Championship
- Super Bowls 50 (2016), LIII (2019), and LVI (2022)
CBS has rights through the 2014-2015 season with a one year option for 2015-2016 to the following:
- 8 Thursday Night Football Games
- Monday Night Football
- One Wild Card game
- NFC Sunday Afternoon package, see more
- One Thanksgiving game
- One/Two Divisional playoff game
- NFC Championship
- Super Bowls LI (2017), LIV (2020), and LVII (2023)
- Sunday Night Football
- NFL Kickoff Game
- One Thanksgiving game
- One Wild Card game
- One Divisional playoff game
- Super Bowls XLIX (2015), LII (2018), and LV (2021)
Sports USA has national radio rights to regular season Sunday afternoon doubleheaders sublicensed from Dial Global.
Compass Media Networks has national radio rights to regular season Sunday afternoon games for 10 teams sublicensed from Dial Global.Each NFL team has local television stations with rights to preseason games and radio stations with rights to all games.
Sirius XM has exclusive satellite radio rights to home, away, and, if available, national broadcast radio feeds of all games. Also has rights to online streaming of games for its subscribers starting with the 2011 season.
- Fox: AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic (1999-2014). ESPN (2015-present)
- ABC: Citrus Bowl (1987-2010, 2013-present), Las Vegas Bowl (2013-present, Independence Bowl (2014-present)
- CBS: Hyundai Sun Bowl (1968-present)
- ESPNU: Heart of Dallas Bowl (2011–2013)
- ESPN2: Gator Bowl (2011–2013) Outback Bowl (2014), Birmingham Bowl (2014)
- 37 bowl games, including the new College Football Playoff (Rose, Orange, Sugar, Peach, Cotton and Fiesta Bowls and College Football Championship Game), air on ESPN and ABC.
- NCAA Division I Football Championship: ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU (television), WestwoodOne (radio)
- NCAA Division II National Football Championship game: ESPN2
- NCAA Division III National Football Championship game: ESPNU
- ACC: ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, Raycom Sports (branded as the ACC Network)
- BYU home games: BYUtv, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, and ABC
- Big Ten Conference: ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, Big Ten Network, FOX (title game)
- Big 12 Conference: ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, Fox Sports Net, Fox College Sports, and Fox Sports 1 (one Longhorns home game exclusively on Longhorn Network)
- Conference USA: CBS Sports Network, Fox Sports Net and Fox Sports 1
- Mountain West Conference: CBS Sports Network, and ESPN Networks
- Notre Dame home games and Bayou Classic: NBC 
- Pacific-12 Conference: ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, Fox Sports 1, FOX, and Pac-12 Network
- SEC: CBS, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, SEC Network, SEC Regional Network, CSS, and ABC
- most other BCS conferences and Division I : ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN Plus
- Ivy League: NBCSN 
- Colonial Athletic Association: NBCSN 
- Other games and conferences: CBS Sports Network, ESPNU, WAC Sports Network, Southland Conference Television Network, Big Sky TV, Sun Belt Network, CSS, Altitude
- IMG College: Notre Dame Fighting Irish football (national rights), regional rights to numerous other teams as well as Big East and Southeastern Conference games of the week
- JMI Sports: regional rights to University of Kentucky sports, including football, from 2015–2030
- Learfield Sports: regional rights to numerous teams
- Nevada Sports Network: 3 bowl games a year
- Sports USA Radio Network, WestwoodOne Sports, Compass Media Networks, ESPN Radio, and Touchdown Radio Productions/United Stations Radio Networks: national games
- CBS Sports Network: Has rights nineteen regular season games and two playoff games until 2014.
- ESPN has rights to broadcast more than 10 regular season and postseason games per year, including ArenaBowl and one conference championship game, as well as 75 or more games annually on ESPN3.
Other professional leagues
- Canadian Football League: At least 17 regular season games and the Eastern and Western Finals are televised on ESPN, ESPN2 or ESPNEWS; the Grey Cup airs on ESPN2. ESPN3 airs all games. (2014-2018)
- Indoor Football League: America One holds broadcast rights.
- American Indoor Football: AMGTV holds television rights, but currently does not broadcast any games.
- Masters Tournament – ESPN/CBS
- U.S. Open – ESPN/NBC
- British Open – ESPN
- PGA Championship – TNT/CBS
- Ryder Cup – ESPN/NBC
- The Players Championship - Golf Channel/NBC 
- The Presidents Cup - NBC, Golf Channel 
- FedEx Cup Playoffs - NBC, Golf Channel 
- Other PGA Tour coverage – CBS, NBC, Golf Channel
- OneAsia Tour: ONE World Sports
- ANA Inspiration: Golf Channel 
- Women's PGA Championship: Golf Channel 
- U.S. Women's Open: ESPN2/NBC
- Women's British Open: ESPN
- Solheim Cup and other LPGA events: Golf Channel
National Hockey League
- NBCSN: One to three regular-season games/week, All-Star Game, playoffs, Stanley Cup Finals (games 2, 3), through 2021.
- NBC: Black Friday game, New Year's Day game, Sunday afternoon late-season games, weekend afternoon playoff games, and Stanley Cup Finals (games 1, 4–7), through 2021.
- NHL Network: Wednesday, Friday and occasional Sunday games. Simulcasts of CBC's Hockey Night in Canada (Saturday nights); the simulcast can be blacked out if a local channel is carrying coverage of the same game.
Additionally, viewers near the Canadian border, especially in the Seattle, Detroit and Buffalo markets, can view CBC broadcasts of Hockey Night in Canada, playoffs and Stanley Cup Finals. CBC reaches most cable subscribers in Michigan, the Buffalo area, and much of the Seattle TV market. and CBC broadcasts of NHL playoff games often get better ratings in those markets than the simultaneous American broadcast when both are available.
Local or regional broadcasters contract with the NHL team in their area for the right to broadcast a number of regular season games locally. These broadcasters can be traditional over-the-air television stations as well as regional cable sports channels. While the Chicago Blackhawks broadcast some games on WGN-TV, these games are not available for the WGN America feed due to league broadcast regulations but they are shown on WGN in Canada (same feed as WGN-TV).
Teams also have contracts with local radio broadcasters to air their games.
The Southern Professional Hockey League
- America One: Regular season, playoffs and Championships through 2014
College Ice Hockey
- NCAA Men's Ice Hockey Championship: ESPNU (regional semifinals and finals), ESPN2 (national semifinals), ESPN (national championship), Turner (internet streaming of all games)
- Regular season games air locally, with a few being simulcast on NHL Network. Additionally, CBS Sports Network, ESPNU, Big Ten Network (games involving conference members only), and Fox College Sports as well as NBCSN (Hockey East Conference) will air games nationally.
Other Ice Hockey Leagues
- NBC has the rights to all three Triple Crown races through 2015.
- NBCSN provides supplementary coverage of all three Triple Crown races, including previews and associated undercard races on Fridays preceding the Saturday Triple Crown Races:
- NBC and NBCSN have the Breeders' Cup World Championships rights, with most races airing on NBCSN and the Breeders' Cup Classic airing in primetime on NBC.
Road to the Kentucky Derby
- NBC and NBCSN have the rights to all "Road to the Kentucky Derby" races, including the Florida Derby, Santa Anita Derby and Blue Grass Stakes races from March - April.
Major League Lacrosse
- ESPN3: 20 regular season games
- CBS Sports Network: 24 regular season games, both semifinals, and the championship game
National Lacrosse League
- Universal Sports: 7 regular season games on delay with exclusive digital rights
- ESPN3: 8 regular season games (simulcast of Canadian TSN and TSN2 broadcasts
- NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Championship: First round and Quarterfinal matches on ESPNU, Semifinals on ESPN2, Final on ESPN. Effective with the 2011 tournament, internet streaming on Turner (possibly through its administration of the official NCAA website).
- CBS Sports Network: NCAA Division II and III Men's Finals and NCAA Division I, II and III Women's Finals. Streaming on Turner (again, possibly through NCAA.com).
- Nationally-televised regular-season games appear on CBS Sports Network, Fox College Sports and ESPNU.
- MCLA: Semifinals and Championship of both division 1 and 2 broadcast nationally on Fox College Sports, usually the Pacific affiliate. Championships also simulcast on the MCLA website.
- BYUtv Sports: At least one home MCLA game featuring BYU, but BYUtv Sports has rights to all home games.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
ESPN, Fox Sports and Turner Sports have contracts through 2014. Fox Sports and NBC Sports will have a future contract beginning in 2015, lasting through 2022. Coverage is as follows:
- Fox airs the first 13 races, beginning with the Daytona 500. Fox also airs the Daytona Shootout.
- TNT airs the next 6 races.
- ESPN airs races 20–23, 25, 27-30, and 32-36, including 9 of 10 races in the Chase for the Sprint Cup.
- ABC airs races 24, 26 and 31, the night races at Bristol, Richmond and Charlotte.
- Fox Sports 1 airs the Budweiser Duel and NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race
- Fox Deportes will air 15 races, including 6 live, in 2013.
- ESPN, Fox Sports and Turner Sports have contracts through 2014. Fox Sports and NBC Sports will have a future contract beginning in 2015, lasting through 2022. Coverage is as follows:
NASCAR Nationwide Series
ESPN has the contract.
- ABC, ESPN and ESPN2 air the races.
- ESPN has the contract.
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series
Fox Sports has the contract.
- Fox Sports 1 airs the races.
- Fox Sports has the contract.
In the new contract with Fox and NBC, Fox and Fox Sports 1 will air the first 16 races, while NBC and NBCSN will air the last 20 races.
- Verizon IndyCar Series
- United SportsCar Championship: Fox Sports
- Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge: Fox Sports
- 24 Hours of Le Mans: Fox Sports
- National Hot Rod Association: ESPN2
- MotoGP: Fox Sports
- AMA Supercross Championship: Fox Sports
- Arenacross: Fox Sports
- AMA EnduroCross Championship: MAVTV
- Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series: MAVTV
- World Rally Championship: MAVTV
- Global RallyCross Championship: ESPN
- Dakar Rally: NBCSN
- ARCA Racing Series: Fox Sports
- Olympic Games: NBCUniversal (NBC, NBCSN, USA, MSNBC, CNBC, Telemundo) has rights to the Summer and Winter Olympic Games through 2032.
- Commonwealth Games: CBS Sports Network daily highlights.
- NRL Telstra Premiership: Fox Sports 2 and Fox Soccer Plus televise 4 matches from each round, two on each channel. All matches are available from Fox Soccer 2Go.
- Holden State of Origin: Fox Sports 2 televises all three games of the series.
- European Rugby Champions Cup: ESPN3
- European Rugby Challenge Cup: ESPN3
- English Premiership: beIN Sport
- RaboDirect Pro 12: beIN Sport
- LV= Cup:
- Currie Cup: DirecTV
NBC Sports and Universal Sports have rights to:
NBC Sports has rights to:
- The HSBC Sevens World Series, including the USA Sevens. Matches are televised on NBC, NBCSN, and Universal Sports.
- Collegiate Rugby Championship
Fox Sports, in English, and Telemundo, in Spanish, have television rights to FIFA events from 2015 to 2022 including the following:
- 2018 and 2022 FIFA World Cup
- 2015 and 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup
- 2017 and 2021 FIFA Confederations Cup
- 2012 and 2016 UEFA European Football Championship: Matches will be televised on ESPN or ESPN2, and streamed on ESPN3 and ESPN Mobile TV.
- UEFA Women's Euro 2013
- 2013 and 2015 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship
- UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying: ESPN2, Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports 2, Fox Soccer Plus, ESPN3 and Fox Soccer 2go.
Fox Sports has rights to the following:
- UEFA Champions League from 2012–2013 through 2017–2018.
- UEFA Europa League from 2012–2013 through 2017–2018.
- UEFA Super Cup from 2012 through 2014.
ESPN Deportes has rights to the following:
- UEFA Champions League from 2014–2015 through 2017–2018. (2015 and 2017 Finals). (Some Matches on ESPN2).
- UEFA Europa League from 2014–2015 through 2017–2018.
- UEFA Super Cup in 2015 and 2017.
- Copa Libertadores: Fox Deportes (Spanish)
- Copa América: beIN Sport and beIN'ñ' Sport (Spanish) 
- 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification: beIN Sport (English) and beIN'ñ' Sport (Spanish)
- CONCACAF Gold Cup: Matches will be televised on Univision, UniMás, Galavisión, and Univision Deportes Network, and will be streamed online and on mobile.
- CONCACAF Champions League: Matches will be televised on Univision, UniMás, Galavisión, and Univision Deportes, and will be streamed online and on mobile.
Major League Soccer
- ESPN/ESPN2: Game of the Week, MLS All-Star Game, select playoff games, MLS Cup
- NBCSN: 38 regular season matches, three playoff matches
- NBC: 3 regular season matches, two playoff matches
- Univision: Spanish-language broadcasts on Galavision (Saturday or Sunday).
- ESPN/ESPN2: At least 34 matches per season, including a weekly Sunday 5 pm telecast on ESPN2, a share of MLS Cup Playoff matches, MLS Cup in alternating years, MLS All-Star Game in alternating years. MLS Direct Kick will be available on ESPN3.
- Fox Sports: At least 34 matches per season, including a weekly Sunday 7 pm telecast on Fox Sports 1, a share of MLS Cup Playoff matches, MLS Cup in alternating years, MLS All-Star Game in alternating years.
- Univision: At least 34 matches per season, including a weekly Friday 7 pm or 11 pm telecast on UniMas, two MLS Cup Playoff matches, and Spanish rights to the MLS Cup and MLS All-Star Game on Univision. Univision Deportes Network will televise 5-7 Friday doubleheaders in May and June.
Games not televised nationally are aired by regional sports networks or local broadcast television stations. Teams may also have a contract with a local radio broadcaster to air their games. Some teams air games exclusively in Spanish on radio, others have English only or an English and Spanish radio broadcaster.
U.S. Men's National Team
ESPN has English rights to friendlies and all home World Cup qualifiers from 2010 to 2014. Matches will be televised on ESPN or ESPN2. beiN SPORT has English rights to all away World Cup qualifiers from 2010 to 2014.
NBCU has rights to 4 friendlies a year from 2012 to 2014. Matches will be televised on NBC and NBCSN.
Univision has Spanish rights to ten national team matches per year from 2010 to 2014. Matches will be televised on Univision, UniMás, or Galavisión.
Other Soccer National Teams
- Mexico national football team matches played in Mexico and the U.S.: Univision (Spanish) and ESPN2 (English)
- Mexico national football team matches played in Canada, Central America, and the Caribbean: Telemundo (Spanish)
- Spain national football team: ESPN (English) and ESPN Deportes (Spanish)
- German national football team: ESPN (English) and ESPN Deportes (Spanish)
- France national football team: ESPN (English) and ESPN Deportes (Spanish)
- England national football team: Fox Sports (English)
Mexican Club Soccer
- Matches hosted by América, Guadalajara, San Luis, Querétaro, Atlante, Santos, Tigres, Monterrey, Pumas, and Toluca are broadcast live in the United States by Univision, Univision Deportes Network, Univision Deportes Dos, Unimas or Galavisión (Spanish).
- Matches hosted by Leon and Pachuca are broadcast live in the United States by Telemundo (Spanish).
- Matches hosted by Atlas, Cruz Azul, Jaguares de Chiapas, Monarcas Morelia, Puebla, and Tijuana are broadcast in the United States by Azteca America. Fox Deportes and ESPN Deportes both simulcast one match each week.
- Liga de Ascenso
Central America League
- Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Guatemala: Centroamerica TV
- Costa Rican Primera División:Centroamerica TV
- Salvadoran Primera División: Estrella TV
- Liga Nacional de Fútbol Profesional de Honduras: Centroamerica TV
English Club Soccer
- Premier League: NBC and NBCSN (English); and Telemundo and mun2 (Spanish)
- Football League Championship: beIN Sport USA (English and Spanish)
- FA Cup: Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports 2 and Fox Soccer Plus (English), Fox Deportes (Spanish)
- Football League Cup: beIN Sport USA (English and Spanish)
Spanish Club Soccer
- La Liga: beIN Sport (English) and beIN'ñ' Sport (Spanish)
- Copa del Rey: beIN Sport (English) and beIN'ñ' Sport (Spanish)
- Supercopa de España: ESPN (English) and ESPN Deportes (Spanish)
German Club Soccer
- Bundesliga: GolTV (English and Spanish) through 2014-15. Beginning in 2015-16 and running through 2019-20, Fox Sports will have exclusive rights.
- DFB-Pokal: ESPN Deportes (Spanish) and ESPN3.com (English)
Other Club Soccer
- Primera División Argentina: TyC Sports USA (Spanish)
- Campeonato Brasileiro Série A: GolTV (English and Spanish), ESPN Deportes (Spanish)
- Serie A: beIN Sport (English), beIN'ñ' Sport (Spanish) and Rai Italia (Italian)
- Ligue 1: beIN Sport (English and Spanish) and TV5Monde USA (French)
- Coupe de France: ESPN3.com (English)
- Scottish Premier League: Fox Soccer Plus (English)
- Portuguese Liga: GolTV (Benfica Home Matches), Univision Deportes Network (Spanish) and Sport TV Américas (Portuguese)
- Hyundai A-League: Fox Soccer Plus
- National Women's Soccer League: ESPN2 and ESPN3.com
- J-League: ONE World Sports
- 2015 Asian Cup: ONE World Sports
- NASL; New York Cosmos: ONE World Sports
- World Swimming Championships
- Pan Pacific Swimming Championships
- United States Swimming National Championships
- ESPN and Tennis Channel have the contracts. Coverage is aired on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, Tennis Channel and DirecTV.
NBC Sports, ESPN and Tennis Channel have the contracts. Coverage is aired on NBC, ESPN2, ESPN3, Tennis Channel and DirecTV.
- Tennis Channel shows live coverage in the morning ET, while ESPN2 shows live coverage in the afternoon. NBC shows weekend morning early round matches in the afternoon via tape-delay. If a match is still being played, it will be shown live. ESPN2 or Tennis Channel cannot show NBC's tape-delayed matches. NBC also tape-delays the men's semifinal, broadcasting it in the late morning on the same day. They broadcast both finals live.
ESPN and Tennis Channel have contracts through 2023. DirecTV also provides coverage. Coverage is as follows:
- Days 1-4: ESPN2, ESPN3 and DirecTV
- Days 5 and 6: ESPN, ESPN3 and DirecTV
- Day 7: ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3 and DirecTV
- Days 8 and 9: ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPN3
- Days 10-13 including the ladies' and gentlemen's singles finals: ESPN and ESPN3
- Same-day replays are aired on Tennis Channel throughout the tournament. Highlights of the first week are aired on the middle Sunday on ABC. Same-day replays of the ladies' and gentlemen's singles finals are aired on ABC.
CBS Sports, ESPN, and Tennis Channel have contracts through 2014. DirecTV also provides coverage. Coverage is as follows:
- Qualifying: CBS Sports Network
- Days 1-5: ESPN2, ESPN3, Tennis Channel and DirecTV
- Days 6 and 7: CBS, CBS Sports Network, Tennis Channel and DirecTV
- Day 8: CBS, CBS Sports Network, ESPN2, ESPN3 and DirecTV
- Days 9-11: ESPN2, ESPN3 and Tennis Channel
- Day 12 including the men's doubles final: CBS
- Day 13 including the women's singles final: CBS
- Day 14 women's doubles final: ESPN2 and ESPN3, men's singles final: CBS
- Same-day replays are aired on Tennis Channel throughout the tournament.
- ESPN2, Tennis Channel and CBS
- Tennis Channel
- Tennis Channel
- ESPN3 and Tennis Channel
- ESPN2, ESPN3 and Tennis Channel
- ESPN2, ESPN3 and Tennis Channel
- ESPN2 (final only), Tennis Channel and ESPN3
- Tennis Channel and NBCSN
Track & Field (Athletics)
- IAAF: Universal Sports through 2019 including
- 2013 USA Track and Field Championships:
- 2013 Outdoor USATF Championship Series
- US Figure Skating Championships: NBC
- Alpine Skiing: Universal Sports
- Bobsledding: Universal Sports
- Canadian Curling Association: ESPN
- UFC is on FOX
- America's Cup: NBCSN
- Association of Volleyball Professionals: CBS Sports Network
- Professional Bull Riders: CBS and CBS Sports have television rights in 2013.
- Professional Bowlers Association: ESPN
- Toyota AFL Premiership: Fox Soccer Plus, Fox Soccer 2Go and LIVEAFL.TV
- USA Ultimate College Championships and Triple Crown Tour: ESPNU and ESPN3
- World Equestrian Games: NBC
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